Reversibility of Chronic Disease and Hypersensitivity, Volume 3: Clinical Environmental Manifestations of the Neurocardiovascular Systems, Volume 3
Encyclopedic in scope, Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, Volume 3: Environmental Manifestations of the Neurocardiovascular Systems draws deeply from clinical histories of thousands of patients. It focuses on clinical syndromes within the musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiovascular systems with a special focus on vascular dysfunction and heart failure treatment.
The book explores mechanisms of chemical sensitivity and chronic degenerative disease, their manifestations, diagnosis, and approaches to reverse dysfunction. It covers a wide variety of topics including environmental sensitivity due to external pollutants, environmental control for reducing total body load, pollutant damage to vascular perfusion, altered blood volume, fluctuations of oxygen extraction, effects of endocrine on the vascular system, effects of pollutants on myocardial cells, and mechanisms in vascular damage.
The book also discusses in detail a wide variety of clinical manifestations including vasculitis, cardiac arrhythmias, cardiac metabolic syndrome, myocarditis, atherosclerosis, heart failure, urticaria, and anaphylaxis. Treatment for heart failure is also discussed. The third volume of a five-volume set, the book provides an essential resource for health care providers diagnosing and treating chemical sensitivity and chronic degenerative disease.
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Environmental Control for Reducing Total Body Load
References for Section I
Introduction to the Cardiovascular System in Chemical Sensitivity
Physiology and Pollutant Damage to Vascular Perfusion Changes in the Sympathetic Nervous System Function
Effects of Pollutants on the Clotting System
Types of Mechanisms in Vascular Damage
Effects of Endocrines on the Vascular System
Pollutant Entry in Dyshomeostasis Clinical Syndromes
Heart Failure Treatment
References for Section II
Effects of Pollutants on Myocardial Cells